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Josh Boyd Still at Large, Manhunt Ongoing

Sgt. Jake Angle of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said today, (Friday, Aug. 29), his agency has received no tips, no reports, no calls and no sightings since Wednesday when Joshua Boyd is believed to have abandoned a stolen Kansas City Police car on I-35 near Pattonsburg.

Boyd, a 30-year-old homeless Kansas City man, is accused of stealing the squad car. He was charged Thursday in Jackson County with second-degree

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Gladys Fay Litsch 1921-2014

Gladys F Litsch, 93, passed away August 26, 2014, in Citrus Heights, Calif. Gladys was born in Jameson, and graduated from Gallatin High School in 1940. Sacramento was her home for over 70 years.

She will be greatly missed by children, Robert L. Litsch of Sacramento and Betty Miller and husband Tom Miller of Fair Oaks, Calif. Remembered by grandchildren Erick Glebov, Christine Gray, Stacie Hennecke, Dawn Linder and Korby

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Feed Your Soul Color Run/Walk

POLO, MO — Stagecoach Community Park (just south of town) will be the site of the “Feed Your Soul” 1-mile or 3-mile color run/walk on Saturday, Sept. 2o. Registration is from 7-7:45 a.m., and the run starts at 8. The cost to participate is $25 and includes a t-shirt (or register for $15 and forego the shirt). This event will benefit Christ’s Cupboard Food Pantry. For more information email [email protected]

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Betty Jean Zerbe 1925-2014

Betty Jean Zerbe, 89, Bethany, passed away August 27, 2014, at a Bethany nursing home.

She was born May 8, 1925, in Harrison County, the son of John Raymond and Bea (Eaton) Bogue.

On May 7, 1943, she married Junior D. “J.D.” Zerbe in Bethany. He preceded her in death on August 23, 2013. Betty was also preceded in death by her parents and four sisters, Eva Grace Long, Viola

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Attend Outdoor Discovery Day

TRENTON, MO — Crowder State Park outside Trenton will host the Fall Outdoor Discovery Day on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 12-4 p.m. It’s a free event open to all ages, and will include interactive nature displays, presentations, face painting, crafts, a photo scavenger hunt, demonstrations, and more. For more information call 660-359-6473.

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Book Sale at Library

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Friends of the Livingston County Library will be hosting a book sale Sept. 6-13 in the second floor room at the library (450 Locust). Thousands of books and media will be for sale, most priced at under $3 each. Hours of the sale will coordinate with regular library hours: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 9

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Fugitive on the Loose


Joshua Boyd

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UPDATE (2:30 p.m., Aug. 27) — Suspect’s location still unknown.

We’ve spoken with administration from each of Daviess County’s schools, and here’s what they had to say:

Wendel Burns at North Daviess said a precautionary lockdown, which they’re under, means the school doors are locked, the children are being kept in, and everyone is on heightened alert, but school remains in session.

Gallatin School is

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The Wall Brings Mysteries, Answers

Aaron Gray (on right with tattoo on arm) is from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He spends seven to eight months traveling with The Moving Wall and scheduling events. Every year, during the winter months of the off-season, between November and April, brand new panels are put on the wall with any new names added. Mr. Gray said the community of Gallatin was “phenomenal.” Because of the excellent volunteer help

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